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RE: How to compress EMPTY air bags to remove

Since mine were being replaced I simply used a sawsall and cut the rubber.
Lt46 09/26/20 07:14pm Tech Issues
RE: Flooring Under Dinette (Pictures)

Something looks very wrong with the slide. From the exterior, does the slide look like it's tilted upward? The floor should look much more level than it does in the pics. I'd be talking to an RV shop about repairs.
Lt46 09/23/20 11:37am Class A Motorhomes
RE: AC leak, help!

Get some damp-rid in there or a dehumidifier to dry out what is wet. A dry, spongy spot will indicate dry rot and something to consider repairing.
Lt46 09/11/20 11:25am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Cruise control not engaging

DrewE described corrosion in the electrical and fuse connections at the master cylinder. I can confirm that. Last year my CC stopped working and it was suggested I check that fuse. Was I surprised to see the amount of corrosion present, no way an electrical signal was going to get through. With a small wire brush and electrical spray cleaner I was back up and running in no time. Best of luck.
Lt46 09/04/20 06:37am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Belts on 1994 Ford V10 engine on Fleetwood Southwind

Sorry, but Ford didn't put a V-10 in your 1994 motorhome. You should have the 7.5L 460 engine unless of course a previous owner retro fit you motorhome to fit the V-10.
Lt46 08/31/20 12:15pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: First time out problems

I've never had to remove a control stick so I can't answer that. Vacuuming the contact plate and surrounding area has always helped when things got wonky. The yellow light signal comes from the level sensor mounted in one of your exterior compartments. The red light should light if it senses the parking brake is engaged. Have you tried stepping on and releasing the p-brake a few times to see if that will get the red light to come on?
Lt46 08/25/20 07:40am Class A Motorhomes
RE: First time out problems

You describe the HWH 200 series jack levelers. Unscrew the knobs on the 3 control levers and unscrew the 4 screws holding the plate to the floor and lift off. Use a vacuum and suction debris out from around the contact ring surface. Debris interferes with making the electrical contact for jack engagement. For your own learning, go the HWH website and download the manual for your system, it is invaluable in troubleshooting. Best of luck.
Lt46 08/22/20 07:48am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

I got a little dizzy looking at all that stone. I do like the accent wall but surrounded by it...I'm not so sure.
Lt46 08/13/20 09:10am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Question on buying a "prior salvage tilte" RV

A lot of flooding occurs in TX and I'd be looking for evidence of that. A bad roof repair is the death knell for any RV.
Lt46 08/02/20 05:57am Tech Issues
RE: 2000 Bounder Electrical Problem

Check the inertia switch's red button, make sure it is completely depressed.The inertia switch is on the floor/firewall behind or near the brake pedal. In a collision/rollover it is supposed to kill power to the fuel pump.
Lt46 06/18/20 04:11pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Getting no power at all chassis or coach Help please

Put a meter on your batteries, they're probably below 12v. The click you heard was probably the starter solenoid trying to work but did not have enough juice in the batteries to make it happen. Definitely recheck your connections at the solenoid.
Lt46 05/27/20 10:11am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

Hmmm, a carpentry repair job in the middle of tim buck two. So, that means you're carrying an uncut 2"x 12" around with you??? If that's the case, cut it before you leave.
Lt46 04/01/20 06:21am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Thanks Doug Rainer

Couldn't agree more. Just last week I posted a furnace problem and in 2 posts he had me up and running. Thanks again Doug!
Lt46 03/07/20 05:59am Class A Motorhomes
RE: F53 brake master cylinder failure

For me, my master cylinder failed 2 weeks ago. Internal leak, no fluid loss but pedal to floor with minimal braking action. This MC was the OEM and my moho is a 1997. Aside from working in a tight space, replacement was a breeze.
Lt46 03/05/20 06:35am Class A Motorhomes
RE: SF 42 furnace madness

Doug, Thankyou, thankyou, thankyou for insisting I chase the 12v on the blue wire. I pulled the furnace once again and chased the blue wire. Low and behold I find a butt connector tucked in and under the circuit board. Of course it had separated and once redone SUCCESS!!!! Thanks again for your guidance. All systems are running perfectly.
Lt46 02/25/20 10:03am Tech Issues
RE: SF 42 furnace madness

mchero, yes, I have both. Doug I will probe the furnace harness and check for power on the blue wires. I have already confirmed that I have 12v+ @ the furnace but never checked for 12v+ on the blue wire. Yes, you are correct I have no power from t-stat to rooftop coleman. Probing the Y, GH, GL and Ground on the AC unit shows nothing. FAN alone does not work either. I'll get to that later this morning and post my results. Thanks
Lt46 02/25/20 06:10am Tech Issues
RE: SF 42 furnace madness

Doug, I remember reading a post of yours to another camper with a similiar problem (2010). You asked him if he had a Dometic AC and if so there would be a relay up there worth looking at. Does that also apply to Coleman 7333C886 units?
Lt46 02/24/20 06:05pm Tech Issues
RE: SF 42 furnace madness

Thanks Doug. The furnace harness has the red, yellow, and 2 blue wires which terminate into a molded plug that connects to Winnebago's house wiring. The 2 blue wires I followed from there and they terminate into the mini on/off switch near the circuit board. I see no other blue wires. BTW, I never altered any Winnie wires nor the furnace wires. Molded connectors at each ends of the Winnie wires.
Lt46 02/24/20 02:50pm Tech Issues
RE: SF 42 furnace madness

It's the OEM Coleman analog t-stat with furnace, fan and AC operations. Built in time delay relay is printed on the cover. I followed my blue wires from the furnace harness to the on/off switch on the circuit board. Switching their position on the switch, had no effect on the operation of the furnace. Yet still, if I jumper these 2 wires, the furnce blower runs, sail switch closes, gas valve clicks and ignitor sparks. Once I remove the jumper to the blue wires nothing happens. T-stat set to HEAT, and TEMP set to 90* and nothing happens.Only with the jumper in place on the furnace harness can I get the unit to run. On top of this, setting T-stat to Fan/High or Low and/or COOL Fan/High or Low nothing happens. I'm pretty much pulling hairs out of my head!!!
Lt46 02/24/20 11:43am Tech Issues
RE: SF 42 furnace madness

Aha, that makes perfect sense and something I have not considered. Thanks very much for the assist.
Lt46 02/24/20 08:44am Tech Issues
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